V.22 No.13 | 3/28/2013
“Bates Motel” on A&E
By Devin D. O’Leary
V.21 No.50 | 12/13/2012
Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren make a bloody good couple in cozy biopic
By Devin D. O’Leary
Iconic British director Alfred Hitchcock gets the biographical movie treatment courtesy of iconic British actor Anthony Hopkins in the appropriately titled Hitchcock.
V.21 No.27 | 7/5/2012
Psycho killer ...
Qu'est-ce que c'est?
By Sam Adams [ Mon Jul 9 2012 2:14 PM ]
There was a strange point in my adolescence where a friend and I had an obsession with the Psycho movie series. Series, you ask? Yep, 23 years after the Hitchcock classic came out, a low-budget sequel was released (and then a few more). What kept it interesting was that Anthony Perkins (aka Norman Bates) had stayed on board.
Anthony Perkins was a weird guy. Either that, or he was just really good at playing one. More than being just a perverted, serial-killing momma’s boy, Psycho II introduced us to Bates’ penchant for whole milk. It was a fucked up movie.
But according to John Bear, it was no less misguided than Manuel Muñoz’ What You See in the Dark, a book about the making of Psycho, which Bear reviewed for this week’s Arts section.
A Stab in the Dark
Mystery based on Hitchcock and heavy petting needs a cold shower
Review by John Bear
What You See in the Dark
V.20 No.42 |
The Daily Word in signs, RUSH, the richest man in the world and plutonium pits
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Oct 23 2011 1:21 PM ]
Canada's conservative government is going all Reagan on your ass with this crime bill.
This bicycle plays records.
You must watch this nifty/naughty stop-motion Spike Jonze short.
Was Gaddafi the richest man in the world?
Uber-expensive new metallurgy laboratory (read as "nuclear bomb factory") in Los Alamos continues to freak everyone out.
C&O Canal water-bridge (aqueduct) over water has been restored. Neat.
Take the psycho ex-girlfriend test.
Which RUSH song is stuck in your head right now?
Did you know RUSH had a drummer BEFORE Neil Peart?
The Harvey Girls: Opportunity Bound at KiMo Theatre
A documentary film by Katrina Parks, followed by a Q&A with Dean Staley of KRQE TV.
Icons and Symbols of New Mexico at Petroglyph National Monument
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